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Over the last several years, the use of Digital Storage Oscilloscopes (DSO’s) for automotive electrical diagnostics has become the tool of choice. With the introduction of serial data, networks, encoded signals and stringent sensor signal criteria that must be met, the DVOM and the test light have slowly been filtered out of electrical diagnostics due to their lack of speed and effectiveness. The major automotive manufacturers have now realized the importance of current ramping testing and some have now included this type of test diagnostics in their flow charts.

The purpose of this course is to make technicians aware of the importance of current ramping. Upon completion of this course, you should have a thorough understanding of current flow, low amp probes and the uses of current ramping in automotive applications. Learn how to test for a faulty fuel pump that is about to quit.

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The OBD II mandated monitors have often been responsible for turning the check engine light on and sending the customer to your shop. Evaporative emission codes are common and repairing them can be difficult.  Often flow charts are dedicated to OEM test equipment.  Is there really a leak? Understanding how the system is designed to operate is crucial to efficient and accurate diagnosis and repair.  Monitoring how the evaporative emission system operates can be done in a number of ways.  Each of the three domestic manufacturers' uses more than one method to monitor the EVAP System. This course will teach system operation, scan tool diagnosis and pressure testing. Three different types of pressure and or smoke testing will be performed in class. A working model of a Ford EVAP system will be used in class to provide testing experience.

Note: This EVAP course will have additional testing displayed and performed in class.  Don't miss this opportunity to learn helpful information to fix your customer's car.

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Labscope Diagnostics II is the second course in the Labscope Operation and Diagnostics course series.

In this class, the student will learn to perform Scope Set-up and Pattern Interpretations. With the use of Simulators, the student will diagnose Input and Output signals. This course includes a large amount of “Hands-On”. Labscopes have now become an integral component of todays diagnostic flowcharts and has become an essential tool.

Course will be a valuable aid in teaching how to use labscope for your diagnostic work.

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The course highlights the operation and usage of an Automotive Labscope. With automotive service centres now repairing systems such as Anti-locking Brakes, Body Computer and more common Engine Management systems which have made the Labscope a mandatory diagnostic tool next to the scan tool and DVOM.

The introduction of OBD II that is now making its presence known in the aftermarket sector has rapidly accelerated the requirement for the labscope as an essential shop tool.

Do you understand what Input Coupling is? Does the term Scope and Trigger remind you of that last customer you just had?  We can help.


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Injectronics Training
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